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Malaysia Airlines adds two extra Airbus A350s

by on May 26, 2016
 

Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) will now have six new Airbus A350-900s on order, following the uptake of their option for a 12-year lease agreement for an additional two new Airbus A350-900s with Air Lease Corporation (ALC). These additional aircraft will add to the four which come under the existing Lease Agreement for the four A350-900s signed by both parties in September last year.

Each of the six planes will be powered by two Rolls Royce Trent XWB-84 engines, with the A350 aircraft are expected to be delivered in 2018.

…. The additional two Airbus A350-900s will complement the existing four that are on order to reach a critical fleet size, allowing standby aircraft for any scheduled maintenance and enabling future network expansion. Technological and innovative advancements make flying this aircraft a real pleasure and it will bring a whole new experience to our offerings, with the aircraft able to operate non-stop from Kuala Lumpur to London and throughout Asia. Malaysia Airlines Berhad’s CEO, Christoph Mueller

He added that MAB is very pleased to partner with Air Lease Corporation again on this strategic transaction.

…. ALC couldn’t be more pleased to place these two additional aircraft with Malaysia Airlines Berhad.  In addition to the four A350-900s placed by ALC last year, we are confident that these two additional A350-900 aircraft will further maximise Malaysia Airlines’ business operations as well as global growth. Steven F. Udvar-Házy, Air Lease Corporation’s Chairman and CEO

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